|Abyssinian Lovegrass, Teff Grass (Eragrostis abyssinica)|
Eragrostis is an important crop plant in its native range in Ethiopia (historically known as Abyssinia). It has found its way into ornamental use as a result of its beautiful texture, good drought tolerance, and general freedom from pest or diseases. Dense foliage is excellent for erosion control.
|Acalypha (Acalypha amentacea)|
High impact color without flowers! Fantastic variegated foliage in blends of burgundy, copper, and green shades make this a wonderful garden accent on its own, or the perfect backdrop for bright blooming annuals.
|Achillea (Achillea hybrida)|
Achillea is very durable, long-blooming, and drought tolerant! Light yellow flowers are carried on strong stems well-suited for cutting. The flowers attract butterflies to the garden.
|Achillea Hybrids (Achillea hybrida)|
Ferny, softly textured foliage and large, long-lasting bloom clusters have earned Achillea status as a classic choice for the perennial garden. The many varieties available offer a nice range of bloom colors and plant sizes to fit most any garden.
|Achillea, Yarrow (Achillea species)|
Achillea species are noted for their delicate, ferny foliage that brings a soft texture to the landscape. The bright blooms are a magnet for butterflies in the summer. This group of plants has remained a garden favorite for generations because of its exceptional tolerance to just about any sunny location with well-drained soil. Low-growing varieties are ideal for edging or groundcovers. Taller varieties are great for cut flower arrangements.